Book Review: Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris

Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris

I could not wait to get my hands on Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse, Book 12), the newest installment of Charlaine Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse series.  I confess, I have an emotional attachment to these books, which are completely different from the HBO series based on them.   Although I’d read them all previously, two years ago my […]

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BEA 2012 Countdown: Tips for Attendees

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Next week I’m headed to the Big Apple for Book Expo America. Just the thought of being surrounded by books, authors, and book lovers makes me giddy. Last year was my first time attending both BEA and Book Blogger Conference (now known as BEA Blogger). BEA lasts for most of the week, but I only […]

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Book Club Day: Julia’s Child by Sarah Pinneo

Julia started her business to help moms feed their children organic food. Ready to take her business to the next level, the mother of two becomes consumed with it. Julia’s Child: The Novel by Sarah Pinneo takes a tongue in cheek look at moms who embrace organic foods and whole living. Today From Left to Write members […]

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Book Review: The First Warm Evening of the Year

The First Warm Evening of the Year by Jamie M. Saul

I had a chance to read Jamie M. Saul’s newest novel, The First Warm Evening of the Year, when I received it from the publisher.  The book was published late last month; it has been available for a few weeks.  This is my first experience reading anything by this author.  I’ll admit, the title was […]

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Checking Out the Gaithersburg Book Festival

I gathered up my six-year-old and my two-year old this weekend and headed to the Gaithersburg Book Festival. I never know how things will go when I’m solo parenting at an outdoor event. Besides the long list of authors speaking and signing books at the festival, there’s an entire children’s village. I mainly pushed the […]

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Review: The Inquisitor’s Key by Jefferson Bass

The Inquisitor's Key by Jefferson Bass

I recently received a copy of the newly published  The Inquisitor’s Key: A Body Farm Novel by Jefferson Bass, compliments of the publisher.   I’ve never read a book by by this author before, and was excited to get started with this one!  I was immediately interested when I read the “about the author” blurb on the book […]

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